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Dr. Stacey Robinson

Research Scientist at Environment and Climate Change Canada; Adjunct Professor at Carleton University
Dr. Stacey Robinson is a Research Scientist at Environment and Climate Change Canada and
an Adjunct Professor at Carleton University. She is located at the National Wildlife Research
Centre which is attached to the Department of Biology at Carleton University. Her research
contributes to Environment and Climate Change Canada’s mandate to maintain a clean, safe
and sustainable environment for Canada. Dr. Robinson’s research program conducts
experimental and observational research to help solve real world contaminant issues. Her
research program is focused on assessing the effects of pesticides and other contaminants on
Canadian wildlife, such as frogs and grasshoppers.

Dr. Robinson completed her Bachelor of Science in biology at Wilfrid Laurier University in
Waterloo, ON. She then moved to Ottawa, ON and completed her Ph.D. in biology at Carleton
University. For her Ph.D. research she studied the relationships between contaminants and
parasites in double-crested cormorants to help understand the effects on wildlife health.

She currently lives south of Ottawa with her husband, Nick and their five year old son, Cooper.